Schleich on course to 'deliver strongest year ever'

Thanks to new licences and developments the company says its figures are up by 30 per cent against 2014.
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Schleich UK has revealed it is on track to 'deliver its strongest year ever', thanks to new liceneses and developments in the company’s core ranges.

The company says these deals are having a positive effect on the firm’s figures, and is experiencing over 30 per cent growth against 2014.

In addition, to ensure its retail partners do not miss out on this growth, Schleich is launching a carriage paid order value reduction in time for Christmas.

Jeremy Robinson, country manager at Schleich, said: “I am extremely pleased with the results for 2015 as it demonstrates the strategic decisions taken during this year, both internally and within our customer base, have proved to be right for the business, our customers and the consumers.”

The firm also revealed that there is plenty of development within its ranges to allow the company to increase its business that will benefit customers.

"As the buying season gets into full flow, we at Schleich UK wish to ease the way to restock before Christmas by decreasing the level of spend for carriage paid orders during December to just £150,” added Robinson.

"Most of all, we are confident that Schleich will have an equally strong 2016, starting with Toy Fair where we will be introducing a brand new product range, plus great new additions to both the branded and licensed collections."




Its high quality Knights, Wild Life and Farm Life productions continue to notch up the sales across a range of retailers, and now Schleich is looking forward to a healthy summer thanks to The Smurfs and further expansion. ToyNews finds out more.

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